Can You Remember: A Blog Entry by Brooke Davidoff (August 8, 2012)
"I have talked to a few other HIV-positive women who have had children, and they also have memory issues. Is it just us taking on too much? Working full time, coming home trying to be mommy, wifey and housekeeper and simply NOT having enough energy to do it all?"
Being: A Blog Entry by River Huston (August 3, 2012)
"The road keeps getting narrower; I am not bored, depressed, sad, angry, happy, ecstatic, indifferent, ambivalent or apathetic. I just am, an accidental Buddhist, if you will."
I've Got Life! A Blog Entry by Rev. Andrena Ingram (July 6, 2012)
"So, my dear ones, it has been an interesting few months. Some ups and some downs. But I am still walking along the Way; stumbling and yet standing tall, weak and yet strong ... poor and yet rich."
Facing the Ugly: A Blog Entry by Rae Lewis-Thornton (June 28, 2012)
"The ugly has a useful place in our lives, it helps us to be better people. It should show us what we don't want to be, or do. Take them for what they add, and leave the rest right where you found it."
Tiptoe Through My Treasures: A Blog Entry by Betsy Yung (June 8, 2012)
"My treasure box is littered with things that I now label mentally as "BI," before infection, "BD," before diagnosis and "EE," everything else. ... I've decided to clean out my treasure box and share its contents here in my blog."
Dating the Right Reverend, Part Two: A Blog Entry by Rae Lewis-Thornton (May 4, 2012)
"If he had another woman then he was slicker than slick because I had been everywhere and met everybody. And then I started to think about it, I had HIV. Why would he be with me if he wanted someone else? And why would he put someone in a triangle with HIV in the middle? He was much smarter than that. ..."
Monday Reflection: Being the Best You! A Blog Entry by Rae Lewis-Thornton (April 23, 2012)
"We all have that one thing and some of us have more, that just eats away at us and when people start touching on it in some kind of way, we get defensive, we shut down, we cuss and we hide. ... For as strong and self assured that I am, I have them too. A biggie is that hoe thing. You know, 'She must be hoe because she has HIV and herpes' ..."
Dating the Right Reverend, Part One: A Blog Entry by Rae Lewis-Thornton (April 20, 2012)
"At the end of the day, NO woman should waste her pretty on a man. I know, I know, Lawd, Lawd that is easier said than done. We all want to have someone, I've been there more times than I would like to admit. For Real. Like the time I was dating the Right Reverend."
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